The latest major system update (7.0) for the PS5 console is rolling out worldwide, bringing Discord voice chat integration, variable refresh rate (VRR) support for 1440p resolution output, the ability to update DualSense and much more. features. Wireless controller without plug-in.
These features are fairly minor, but they improve the overall console experience on PS5 while also making it easier for everyone to join party sessions, play with friends, and share their favorite games. must.
For users in the US and UK, the latest update also introduces a new beta voice command feature, allowing you to control gameplay video clips with just your voice. Say “Hey PlayStation, capture it!” For example, save a video clip of your recent gameplay. This feature may roll out globally in the coming months.
read: Discord Voice Chat Is Finally Coming To PS5
Here’s the full list of key features included in PS5 System Update 7.0, according to the PlayStation Blog: The update will be made available for everyone to download.
new social features
- Join the Discord voice chat on your PS5 console. You can now join Discord voice chat on your PS5 console and easily chat with your friends on most other gaming platforms. To get started, follow these steps to link your Discord and PlayStation Network accounts from your PS5 console, PlayStation.com, or his Discord app on your Windows, Mac, or mobile device. Then start a Discord voice chat on your PS5 console using the Discord app on your mobile device or computer (make sure your Discord app is updated to the latest version). You can also let your Discord friends know when you’re online and what you’re playing.
- Note: If you’ve previously linked your PlayStation Network and Discord accounts to view games you’ve played, you’ll need to relink your accounts to give Discord voice chat the new permissions it needs . If you participated in the system software beta and already linked your accounts during the beta period, you do not need to link again.
- Initiate or request a screen share from a friend’s profile. You can now send a screen share request or initiate a screen share directly from your friend’s profile.on a friend’s profile to start a new session.[画面共有]Just select the icon.
- New “Join Game” icon in party chat. Voice chat cards will display an icon that allows party members playing games that allow them to join. Select a player and then he can join the game directly. [Join Game] from the menu.
- New “Friends to Play” tile. In Game Hub, you can now see which friends have the game, who are currently online, and who is currently playing the game. Select a tile to see what your friends are up to. You can also visit your friend’s profile for more interaction options.
- Manually upload your game capture to the PlayStation app. Now you can manually select individual screenshots and game clips to upload from your PS5 console to the PS app and easily share them on social media and with your friends*. This feature complements the auto-upload functionality currently present in the PS app.
New gameplay and personalization options
- 1440p variable refresh rate support. You can now enjoy smoother visual performance when using VRR-enabled HDMI 2.1 displays at 1440p resolution and playing VRR-enabled games. **
- We’ve also updated the parameters for our 1440p output test for PS5 consoles to support 1440p on a wider range of HDMI displays.
- To check if your HDMI device is compatible, please visit: [Settings] > [Screen and Video] > [Video Output] > [Test 1440p Output].
- Game library enhancements.
- You can now sort and filter games when adding them to your games list.
- You can easily find not only PS VR games, but also PS VR2 titles with PS VR2 launching later this month using the filters in our library.
- Game presets for multiplayer session settings. You can set preferences to manage who can join multiplayer sessions you create for supported games, and who can invite other players.
- go to [Settings] > [Saved Data and Game/App Settings] > [Game Presets] > [Online Multiplayer Sessions]Select settings with [Who Can Join] and [Who Can Invite].
New accessibility and usability features
- Move save data from PS4 to PS5. There are two ways to make your PS4 save data easily accessible on your PS5 console:
- When you download or install a PS4 game on your PS5 console, you’ll see a notification that your PS4 save data is available on PlayStation Network cloud storage (if your PS5 console doesn’t already have save data for the game). Simply select the notification to download the saved data.
- If you download or install a PS5 game that can read PS4 save data, such as the PS5 version of a game that was also released on PS4, you will see the same notification (if the game supports this feature).
- (Note: Online save game storage requires a PlayStation Plus subscription)
- Data transfer from PS5 to PS5. Now you can easily transfer data on your PS5 console such as games, saved games, user profiles, settings, screenshots, videos, etc. to another PS5 console using your local Wi-Fi network or LAN cable. You can transfer data during the initial setup of your PS5 console or later through the settings menu. This process does not delete or alter any data on your original PS5 console.
- Improved screen readers. Screen readers now provide more detailed guidance when navigating the console. It now shows the directions you can move from the currently selected component and your current position within a component containing multiple items. Additionally, when viewing his webpage using a screen reader, a border now appears around the section being read.
- Wireless device update for DualSense wireless controllers. You can now update your DualSense wireless controller device software using a wireless connection. If you are unable to update your device software wirelessly, please connect your controller to your PS5 console using a USB cable to update. The next update will allow you to update wirelessly.
Game Capture Using Voice Commands (Preview): US & UK Exclusive Release
- Voice Commands can now save a video clip of your gameplay using your voice.
- Say “Hey PlayStation, capture it!” Save video clips of recent gameplay. The default length of time they are saved is based on your settings.
- You can also save a specific period of gameplay from 15 seconds to 60 minutes. For example, to save five minutes, say “Hey PlayStation, capture his last five minutes.”
- Manually start a new gameplay recording by saying “Hey PlayStation, start recording”. Then say “Hey PlayStation, stop recording” to end the recording and save the video clip.
- Voice Commands (Preview) is now available in English for beta participants with accounts registered in the US and UK.